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JIM JONES WITH THE WEEKEND WEATHER, TEXAS, TORONTO RAPTORS, LAURYN HILL & MORE | DRIP REPORT
#JimJones is back & you know he got you covered like the snow on the ground! On another episode of #DripReport, Jim gets us right with the weekend weather forecast and we have a special drop in from Trae Da Truth as he shares the weather in Houston, Texas. We’re also talking the latest news in the culture from the Toronto Raptors’ Black Lives Matter merch, Apple’s new entrepreneur camp for Black creatives and Lauryn Hill’s becoming the first female to go diamond for “Miseducation of Lauryn Hill.” Stay High, Stay Fly, Stay Dry! #Weather
BUN B ON TEXAS’ FATAL SNOWSTORM, POWER OUTAGES, WILLOW SMITH & MORE | REVOLT BLACK NEWS
Roland Martin moderates a Black agenda panel on this special episode of “REVOLT BLACK NEWS.” Tamika Mallory’s Until Freedom also sit down with Breonna Taylor’s boyfriend and mother, Kenny Walker and Tamika Palmer, to continue to say her name. Angelo Pinto moderates a roundtable with Mysonne about the power of artistry.
Tiffany Dena Loftin and Tory Russell delve into the history of legislative priorities’ impacts on Black communities. Moreover, Willow Smith, Rapsody, Bun B pull up; the latter joining from Houston to explain what’s really happening in Texas with the horrific power outage and climbing death toll. Other guests include Erica Ford, Lee Merritt, Keturah Herron, and Linda Sarsour.
Inspired by Sean “Diddy” Combs’ successful “State Of Emergency: The State of Black America & Coronavirus” town hall, “REVOLT BLACK NEWS” is a platform that is designed to report news from the perspective of Black people for Black people. “When I started REVOLT, I always wanted to develop a platform to report the news from our perspective, from our lens, from our people, so I decided to launch ‘REVOLT BLACK NEWS.’” said Combs. “We’re here with solutions. We’ve already heard about what we can’t do, but this is what we can do.”
On this episode: Joe, Rory, Mal and Parks begin with discussing if Meek Mill mentioning Kobe in a leaked verse was untimely and debate if he should’ve said it or not. Joe also has a theory that certain rappers are trying to get closer to Lil Uzi Vert because they aren’t “hot” anymore, new music which includes a new remix from Travis Scott, an upcoming documentary on the Notorious B.I.G., NBA All-Star Weekend and MORE!
NO NEED TO LIE ABOUT IT | I AM WOMAN WITH MICHI MARSHALL AND MORE
The ladies are back with another episode of I Am Woman and honesty is at the core. Dionne Boldin joins Michi, Sharelle and Ashley this week as they talk about the vulnerabilities around plastic surgery and why women feel the need to lie about it instead of own it. Michi confesses something she recently went through and the others share their own experiences too.
The beauty of motherhood and how it comes at all different stages for women- Dionne and Sharelle share their journeys of being young moms and explain they were not necessarily ready for it at the time but looking back how it has made such a positive impact and change in them as people. Ashley adds her touch of humor saying none of her kids have been or will be planned as it’s too much to think about planning to raise another whole person while Michi says she was ready but not expecting it to be twins!
Carving self time and maintaining independence in their relationships is what helps sustain them as Michi asks the question of what’s the ladies would write in a letter to your younger self today. Chef Lowe is back and discussing a male’s perspective on Valentine’s Day.